Spotify has launched an app for Symbian mobiles, bringing the popular service to Nokia smartphones for the first time.
Around 22 Nokia mobile phones that employ S60 support the new software, as well as a further three third-party Symbian handsets, including the Sony Ericsson Satio and the Samsung Omnia HD.
As with the existing iPhone and Android Spotify apps, Nokia users are liable to pay a £10 per month Premium subscription to use the service.
Gustav Soederstroem, Director of Portable Solutions for Symbian, commented: "The launch of Spotify's Symbian app opens up our mobile music service to potentially millions more music fans across Europe.”
News of developments comes after Spotify recently confirmed plans to partner carriers to bundle its service with mobile phone contracts.
The first network to do this is in the UK is 3, which is currently offering the HTC Hero with unlimited access to Spotify Premium and 750 minutes of calls to other mobiles per month for a monthly charge of £35.
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